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Wellington 250 Four Coin Sovereign Set Wellington 250 Four Coin Sovereign Set

·       In the 250th anniversary year of the birth of Arthur Wellesley, the 1st Duke of Wellington new Four Coin Sovereign Set has been struck to commemorate the life of this British hero.

·       Struck in pure 22-Carat Gold to the highest Proof quality

·       A celebration of the life of the Duke of Wellington, A true British icon that changed the nation.

£ 2,995
Wellington 250 Two Coin Sovereign Set Wellington 250 Two Coin Sovereign Set

·       In the 250th anniversary year of the birth of Arthur Wellesley, the 1st Duke of Wellington new Two Coin Sovereign Set has been struck to commemorate the life of this British hero.

·       Struck in pure 22-Carat Gold to the highest Proof quality

·       A celebration of the life of the Duke of Wellington, A true British icon that changed the nation.

£ 629
Magnificent Desolation 50th Anniversary Set Magnificent Desolation 50th Anniversary Set

Each set is uniquely numbered and includes:

  • A 1/4oz 21-carat Gold Coin officially released by the US Mint

  • A 5g Pure 24-carat Gold ingot
  • A 24-carat Gold layered replica of the plaque left on the moon in 1969
£ 1,395
St George and Dragon Double Sovereign St George and Dragon Double Sovereign St George and Dragon Double Sovereign
  • St George and the Dragon Design by Angela Pistrucci, descendant of Benedetto Pistrucci 
  • Struck to proof quality
  • Limited to only 999 worldwide
£ 1,595
World War Two - Churchill Coin and Book Set World War Two - Churchill Coin and Book Set
  • Honour Sir Winston Churchill in the 80th year since WWII
  • Only 9,999 sets available worldwide!
  • Layered in pure gold and accented with rose gold
£ 29.95
Silver Didrachm of the Ancient Spartan Colony of Taras Silver Didrachm of the Ancient Spartan Colony of Taras
  • The Taras Dolphin Silver Didrachm Struck by the Children of Sparta Almost 2,500 years ago 
  • In the Eighth Century BC Spartan children left home and set up Sparta’s only colony hundreds of miles away. They named it Taras and in a major departure from the Spartan model, in 510 BC they decided to strike their own coinage to facilitate the trade that fueled their economic prosperity.
  • Exclusive to The London Mint Office.
£ 599 £ 499